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4/17/09

Learning to draw a drop of water



One of my students' favorite lessons is learning to draw a drop of water.
This is actually not a very hard thing to learn to draw, and it gives a new colored pencil artist a great feeling of accomplishment. For those of us who like to do representational art, there is a great delight in successfully producing a very realistic drawing.

7 comments:

Gigi Minor said...

Hello~
Do you have a tutorial on how to draw a drop of water?

I would love to learn : )
Thanks so much!

Gigi Minor
Pinks & Needles
www.gigiminor.etsy.com

Barbara Goodsitt said...

Hi,
I don't have a tutorial, but other than the information in my classes. I can recommend Janie Gildows book: Colored Pencil Solutions for a quick review. Gary Greene has a video with a great tutorial too!

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